Inverter packaged air conditioners

Published:  01 April, 2015

Hushon, packaged, air conditioning, air conditioners

Hushon now offers high-specification DC-inverter versions of its horizontal (ceiling-void) and vertical packaged air-conditioning units. They are available as cooling-only units or air-to-air heat pumps as packages or split systems.

There are three models of each type spanning a capacity range of 4 to 29 kW. All units are compact and specifically engineered for internal location. Multiple duct connections help with positioning in difficult or restricted areas.

The scroll compressors have DC invertor drives that provide soft start. The refrigerant is R410A.

The outdoor fan has variable air flow, and there are three speeds for the indoor fan.

For more information on this story, click here: April 2015, 161

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